In case you missed it you might be interested in lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes are cool.
Note that this is just an emulation (you'll notice that node type is actually 'note', not 'lymph', but that's ok).
Stuff you can do with lymph nodes:
People think massaging them cleans your circulatory system (Update: better than usual, that is)
You can pronounce their name repetitively
go to http://labs.google.com/glossary and find out more.
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